Duration: 1st January - 31st December
1 Arrival at Entebbe Airport – Lake Mburo NP (boat ride & game drive) L-D Mburo Safari Lodge
2 Lake Mburo NP (game walk & game drive) – Queen Elizabeth NP B-L-D Bush Lodge
3 Queen Elizabeth NP (game drive & boat cruise) B-L-D Bush Lodge
4 Kibale Forest NP (chimpanzee tracking & walk Bigodi swamp) B-L-D Kibale Forest Camp
5 Kibale Forest NP – Murchison Falls NP B-L-D Fort Murchison Lodge
6 Murchison Falls NP (game drive, boat cruise & top of the falls) B-L-D Fort Murchison Lodge
7 Murchison Falls NP – Ziwa(guided walk Rhinos) – EBB/Kampala B-L-D The Boma GH/Cassia Lodge
8 EBB/Kampala (shopping) – Entebbe Airport – Departure B-L

Meal Plan B: Breakfast / L: Lunch / D: Dinner

  • Detailed Itinerary


    Early arrival at Entebbe airport, you will meet, greet and transfer via Kampala to L. Mburo National Park. We will have a brief stop at the Equator and proceed with the journey on arrival, you have an afternoon boat ride on Lake Mburo. Later take a sundown game-drive to end your day in an adventurous style. Dinner and Overnight at Mburo Safari Lodge

    Day 02: IN LAKE MBURO N P

    This early morning, you have the option of a game drive or a safari walk to the hyena caves. Later with a final game drive you exit the park and transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Dinner and Overnight at Bush Lodge


    Today we take a morning game-drive.  Queen Elizabeth National Park’s diverse Eco-system of grassy plains, tropical forest, rivers, swamps, lakes and volcanic craters is home to an incredible abundance of wildlife.  Game drives in this park, with the massive Rwenzoris as a backdrop, provide excellent opportunities to see lion, leopard, giant forest hog, Cape buffalo, elephants, de fassa waterbuck, Uganda Kob, Topi and bush buck. The afternoon boat-cruise offers an excellent platform for photography and game viewing. The birdlife is colorful and abundant. For dinner and overnight return to Mweya Safari Lodge that is beautifully situated on a bluff overlooking the Kazinga Channel and Lake Edward. Dinner and Overnight as previous.


    This morning transfer to Kibale Forest with a final game drive. En route, you may stop over at the Rubona Basket Weavers’ Association – Grass Dyeing Workshop. This is a group made up of about 200 women who are trained and dedicated to weaving masterpieces. They use naturally-dyed raffia to make baskets of all sizes which are then sold to tourists. You may take part in the dyeing process from start to finish and even take home some samples. Proceeds go directly back to the basket weavers and their families. Thereafter proceed to Fort Portal and Kibale Forest. Dinner and Overnight Kibale Forest Camp


    Early morning chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest that is arguably Africa’s largest surviving hardwood forest. The forest is home to 13 primate species, birds and many other forest animal species. Lunch with KAFRED (Kibale Association For Rural and Environmental Development) community group. Later have a Bigodi Swamp walk for a chance to see a variety of primates, birds and butterflies and different interesting plant species. Dinner and Overnight as previous.


    This morning after having your breakfast we will transfer to Murchison Falls National Park. This is a whole day drive over hills, through towns with frequent stops. Dinner and Overnight at Fort Murchison Lodge


    Today you will wake up to an early morning game drive where you will see Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Giraffe, Hartebeests and many more then you will return to your accommodation to relax. After lunch, proceed for a boat trip on the placid Victoria Nile, upstream, to the base of the fall. En route you will see hippos, crocodiles, water buck and a wide variety of birds like the unusual shoebill stork. The boat stops just ten meters from the famous “Devil’s Cauldron”. This presents a great photographic opportunity for you of the majestic Murchison Falls. You will then disembark from the boat and take a hike to the Top of the Falls where you will Marvel at the Nile’s beauty, compressing from 50 meters to squeeze through a 6-metre canyon dropping 40 meters with a thunderous roar creating a beautiful rainbow, a plume of spray and the best thing that happened to the Nile…”the Murchison Falls”. Later transfer to kampala.


    After early breakfast, you will have an early morning set off to Kampala and on our way we shall also visit the Rhino sanctuary in Nakitoma. Game walk and continue to Entebbe/Kampala for shopping before transferring to Entebbe airport for tour evening departure flight

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    We have got Comfortable 4WD vehicles that are specifically designed with large windows, comfortable seats, and large open roof so that you don’t miss that special moment on your safari. Our Land Cruisers offer seats for 5-6 people to ensure that everybody has a window seat and that luggage can be stored well. Besides the Land Cruisers, we also own several 4WD minibuses which take up 20 people to cater for those groups that would like to travel together and not in separate small vehicles.Inside of the coasta
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    – Back up vehicle

    – Mountain bikes

    We know the guide is the key to a great safari. we also have a team of highly Qualified and professional in house tour guides that speak fluent English, French, Spanish and Germany. They have an extensive knowledge of the country, its culture,flora and fauna. They know the hidden places of unparalleled beauty. Above all, they are sensitive to your needs and will take care of you meticulously. You will notice that within a short period of time, they will not only be your guide but have become

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    Uganda has a wide range of standards when it comes to places to stay – from five star hotels and first class luxury lodges to rustic bush camps and guesthouses. We carefully select the most suitable accommodations for your itinerary, based on location, facilities, atmosphere and personal touch. But no matter how different in style and location these accommodations might be, they all have one thing in common: a genuine warm and hospitable welcome that a visitor to Uganda is entitled to experience!
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  • Services Included

    All activities and park entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary.
    A 4×4 Van driven by an English speaking driver/guide. Exclusive use of vehicle.
    Mineral water on route except during meals.
    Pick up and drop off at the airport.
    All transfers as per the itinerary
    All the accommodation and meals as indicated in the itinerary

    Services not Included

    International flights in and out of the country.
    All services not indicated in the itinerary (any of the optional activities).
    Drinks: sodas, wines, whiskies, brandies, beers, etc
    Ugandan visas: single entry visa costs US$50 and it is required for all countries that require visas for Uganda (principle of reciprocity). The visa can be obtained on arrival at the airport.
    Medical and travel insurance
    Tips, telephone expenses, etc